By Marvin Vestal, Peter Juhasz, Wade Hines (auth.), A. L. Burlingame, Steven A. Carr, Michael A. Baldwin (eds.)
In Mass Spectrometry in Biology and medication, best practitioners element innovative new spectrometric options for the id and covalent structural characterization of macromolecules, proteins, glycoconjugates, and nucleic acids. in keeping with the Fourth foreign Symposium on Mass Spectrometry within the wellbeing and fitness and lifestyles Sciences held in San Francisco in1998, this priceless e-book comprises validated innovations for fixing many major biomedical study difficulties. The concepts use mass spectrometry, automatic desktop processing of spectral details, and gene, protein, and EST databases for genomic and proteomic correlations.
Mass Spectrometry in Biology and drugs bargains a special chance to discover and practice the hot ideas of mass spectrometry which are revolutionizing the id and structural characterization of proteins, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids. Its authoritative review of the field-and the way to clear up very important and demanding difficulties all through bioscience, drugs, and drug discovery-ensures a aggressive virtue for modern a professional researchers.
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Michael o. Glocker (University of Konstanz) Does the outlined approach for the characterization of non-covalent complexes of tyrosine phosphatase with vanadate [inhibitor], by use of HID exchange with ESI FT-ICR MS give enough information to differentiate shielding effects that are due to direct contacts between the two complex consituents from those that might arise from conformational changes at a different location in the protein? If so, what would be the ranges of affinity/dissociation constant differences that can be differentiated with this methodology?
Mass Spectrometry in Biology & Medicine by Marvin Vestal, Peter Juhasz, Wade Hines (auth.), A. L. Burlingame, Steven A. Carr, Michael A. Baldwin (eds.)